The Caddo Herald
December 2, 1938
W. E. McIntosh was home from OU for the holidays.
Miss Lois McIntosh was home for the holidays from Henryetta.
Mrs. G. A. Crossett visited her son Guy G. Crossett at Welch for the Thanksgiving holidays, returning on No. 5 Sunday.
Children, be sure to get your letters to Santa Claus in next week so the fine old gent can know what it is that you want.
The W. P. A. Library was moved last Friday into The Herald office where Mrs. Wilson has warmer and more convenient quarters.
Joe Carraway returned Monday to Houston after several days here on business and visiting friends.
H. I. Meadows was in Atoka on business Friday.
Miss Rozell Knott of Durant was the weekend guest of Miss Nina Fay Crossett.
Mrs. C. M Rogers, Mrs. W. T. Smith, and Rufus Rogers of Beaty spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. Harris and family.
John Lee and Amos Hyde were in town Wednesday from Caney. John said they were supposed to start on the Boggy Depot well again then.
Mrs. J. M. Mitchell was a pleasant Herald office visitor Wednesday.
We will continue to operate Service Cleaner Shop. Give us a trial. We guarantee to please you. Alterations are our specialty. Mrs. Vest Claborn and L. O. Manning.
Bass has it! Groceries.
At Baptist Church
Next Sunday we are organizing a young men’s Bible class in Sunday School, age 18 to 25. If you are in this age limit or have a friend of that age please be present Sunday morning and bring your friend with you. Houston Boydstun will be in charge to welcome you as teacher.
Sunday School at 9:45.
Preaching at 11 and 7:15.
B. T. U. at 6:30.
Prayer meeting Wednesday eve.
Baptist Circle Z
Met at Houston Boydstun’s home with six members and one visitor. Gave program for the week of prayer, which was interesting and enjoyed by those present. Mrs. Harris, WMU president, met with us and we were glad to have her. Our next meeting will be at the Templeton home.
Last Saturday night Justice and Rev. Lee Smith united in marriage Mr. Woodrow Harmon and Miss Dorothy Hokett. The groom is the son of C. M. Harmon of Caddo and the young people are living west of town.
Santa Claus Letters
Dear Santa Claus, I think you are the finest fellow in the world. I am thinking of going in the road building business so please bring me two dump trucks, a sand topper, a concrete mixer, a lot of wheelbarrows, some wagons with removable sideboards, and some story books. Jerry Downing
I am 10 years old, and pretty good when I am asleep, but I don’t sleep so much. If you got ‘em to spare I’d like some good story books of Dick Tracy, Tarzan, cowboys, and G-men. I’d like a football so I can play. My bicycle tires are about gone and I may have to walk to school Thanks a lot. LeRoy Downing.
Pick Harrison of Harrison Radio Co., Durant, was a Caddo visitor last Tuesday afternoon.
Home Economics II Girls will hold a Style Show next Tuesday at the high school home economics department and model the dresses that they have completed in sewing. Each girl’s mother will be her guest, who are urged to be present.